Indigenous Student Experience Days at U of S

Indigenous Student Experience Days at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is coming up online this week on Tues. Apr. 13 and Wed. Apr. 14. We’re inviting Métis, First Nations and Inuit students in high school, who are thinking about going to university, and/or who have already applied to come get to know the USask campus community. Supporters like parents or other family members, teachers and counsellors are welcome, too!

Over two days, you will be able to participate in cultural and academic experiences online, and meet with other prospective and current university students, university staff and faculty, alumni and Elders.

Activities include:

·       virtual presentations and information sessions hosted by colleges and programs from across USask

·       a student and alumni panel featuring current Indigenous university students and graduates

·       a Talking Circle with Elders and Circle Keepers

·       keynote speaker Constable John Langan, who is a member of the Keeseekoose First Nation and a graduate of the Indigenous justice and criminology program at USask

·       an online scavenger hunt game where you can complete missions to score points, and be entered into a draw for exciting prizes

·       an application for admission workshop for university programs in agriculture and bioresources, arts and science, business, language teacher education and engineering (The application for admission fee will be waived for eligible students who submit an application during this event.)

All activities are online, enabling you to join from wherever you are located and take part in the activities that work for your schedule. We hope to see you and your students on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 13 and 14, this week, at Indigenous Student Experience Days! 

Chris Lamb Scholarship

NEW? Unsure?

Chris Lamb is offering two scholarships worth $1,000 CAD each. I’d be grateful if you can review our scholarship and share this opportunity with your students if you
believe it may be of interest to them.

Eligibility and application requirements below:



WHO CAN APPLY: Undergraduate or Graduate level students currently enrolled or planning to attend either a College or University in Canada-  (any field of studies)

ESSAY REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must submit an original 250-500 Word essay detailing their career goals/ plans.

School of Natural Medical Aesthetics




Open to students in Canada graduating high school. Students will be required to write a minimum 500 word essay in regards to a major challenge or issue they see in the world and how they intend to help resolve it using their skills and knowledge they will attain during their studies.

The winner must authorize School of Natural Medical Aesthetics to use and disclose their essay in its marketing and public relations efforts and acknowledge that the essay may be distributed to the media, other individuals and entities that may be involved in School of Natural Medical Aesthetics marketing and public relations efforts and the public.

How To Apply

In order to be considered for this award, you must submit the online Application and attach your essay.


Students must submit the online form no later than May 31st, 2021.

Essays will be graded and the winner will be awarded the scholarship by August 1, 2021.

Vanier General Scholarships

ALL Grade 12 students are required to complete the Vanier General Scholarship Application form to be considered for any and all school scholarships that are administered through Vanier (Vanier Collegiate Scholarships Committee).

There will be a virtual presentation on March 23 reviewing a number of scholarships and explaining Vanier’s General Scholarship Application Form.


  • You can do a paper copy or a PDF Fillable Form and then print it.
    • You can add a resume to your scholarship package and if possible please provide a copy of your acceptance letter from the school you plan on attending.
  • Deadline: All paper copies need to be handed into your Catholic Studies teacher on March 30, 2021.
    • If you miss the deadline, Ms. Lapointe will come and see you to ask you to fill one out on March 31.
    • If you are learning online, please contact Ms. Lapointe if you have not received her emails and you can email the information to her at
    • These copies will then be provided to the scholarship committee.


PowerPoint Presentation:


SSBA – Saskatchewan School Boards Association Scholarships

Each year the Saskatchewan School Boards Association awards two $2,500.00 scholarships to graduating Saskatchewan high school students:

  • Degree Program Scholarship: $2,500
  • Technical/Trade Program Scholarship: $2,500
  • Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need, and a 500-word essay.
  • The application deadline is Aug. 31 each year
  • Application Form
  • Scholarship Scoring Rubric

The application deadline for students applying for the SSBA Scholarships is Aug. 31. Please send your application form to

It is recommended that you also contact the Association to ensure that your application form was received. You can contact the Association at 306-569-0750.


Leader Post Foundation

The Leader Post Foundation  (3 X $5000)
These bursaries are granted primarily on need. Graduating students must be accepted as a full-time student at a recognized institution and provide reference letters. Involvement in school and community must be evident.
The deadline is May 30 each year. For more information, email

Evan Thomas Memorial Scholarship


Evan Thomas went to Vanier Collegiate for 2 years while playing hockey in Moose Jaw. He touched the lives of many people during his short time in Moose Jaw.  This scholarship was created to honor the memory of Evan.


  • Must have made honor roll in grade 11 and 12
  • Must be pursuing a post-secondary program
  • Must be graduating in the current year
  • Must have played hockey or baseball of any kind during his/her time at Vanier

Special Considerations

  • Sportsmanship
  • Humble
  • Kind
  • Respectful
  • Sense of humor
  • Hard working

Required Documentation

  • Must provide proof of acceptance into a recognized post-secondary institution
  • Must provide a copy of school transcripts
  • Must provide a letter of recommendation from a representative from the Moose Jaw hockey or baseball leagues outlining the candidate’s involvement
  • Must describe why you would like to receive this award (100 words or less)


  • Deadline for submission is June 4 – EXTENDED TO THURSDAY, JUNE 9 
  • Must fill out the Evan Thomas Memorial Application form and hand into the office at Vanier
    • Application Form
    • 2021 – email a pdf copy  (firstname.lastname.ETMS.pdf) to CHRISTA.LAPOINTE@HTCSD.CA
    • OR  drop it off to the Vanier Collegiate Main Office Attention: Scholarship Committee
  • Vanier will email a copy of the applications to Laurie and Scott Thomas


The scholarship amount is $500 and will be presented to student at graduation or prior to fall semester.
Laurie and Scott Thomas will make the selection for the Evan Thomas Memorial Scholarship 2020

Father Lawless Council Knights of Columbs #1534 Awards

2021 Father Lawless Council Knights of Columbus Scholarship Application Form

Deadline: April 30, 2021

Submit to: Vanier Collegiate Office, Attention: Scholarship Committee

La Bourse Arthur Landry Scholarship


  • $1,000

Application Deadline:

  • May 1 of each year
  • Submit your application, proof of acceptance and short paragraph to Vanier Collegiate Main Office, Attention: Scholarship Committee


  • This scholarship will be awarded to a graduate of Vanier Collegiate who has completed all the courses necessary to receive their high school Diploma – Mention Bilingue.
  • The recipient will have attended Vanier Collegiate for a minimum of two years, have an average of 75% or better in grade twelve according to the criteria established by the school for this calculation. The financial needs of the family are an important consideration.
  • In order to receive these funds the student will submit proof by May 1 of their enrollment at a University in Canada or in France and taking a minimum of two classes in French in their first year of study.
  • If you do not have proof of registration of classes, please apply anyways before the deadline and state your intention of taking TWO FRENCH CLASSES next year. Once you have registered you can then email proof of enrollment to Ms. Lapointe.
  • Application forms for this scholarship are available from the Counsellor’s office, scholarship board, or by downloading the file below.
  • If in any year the terms and conditions of this scholarship are not met, the scholarship will not be awarded for that year.

La Bourse Scholarship French Immersion Application Form


This Scholarship is open to:

  1.  Any student whose parent or guardian is a CUPE Local 5506 member in good standing.
  2. One scholarship will be awarded in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00).
  3. The scholarship candidate shall be a Grade Twelve graduate during the current school year and continuing his/her education or trade at a recognized institution the following school year.
  4. The scholarship candidate shall have an acceptable academic standing in his/her high school year.
  5. The scholarship candidate must be a good citizen, law abiding, and with good school conduct.
  6. Involvement in student activities, the community and volunteer organizations may be included in the selection.
  7. Applications must be submitted to Local 5506 and include a letter of recommendation from the principal or counsellor, and verification of continued education.
  8. If no scholarship candidate is selected no scholarship for that year will be awarded.

Submit application form to Recording Secretary – see application form for address.